Leavenworth County received an additional three to four inches of snow during Tuesday night's storm.

Leavenworth County received an additional three to four inches of snow during Tuesday night’s storm.

That is according to Chuck Magaha, director of Leavenworth County Emergency Management.

Magaha said the snow was coming down pretty hard at times Tuesday night. He said the storm also produced freezing rain.

Leavenworth County was under a winter weather advisory from 4 p.m. Tuesday to 9 a.m. Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

Classes were canceled Wednesday at local public schools.

The University of Saint Mary had classes Wednesday, but the campus had a delayed opening, according to the university’s website.

Fort Leavenworth had a delayed entry Wednesday for many of the military installation’s personnel, according to the Army post’s Facebook page.

Magaha said he knew of no power outages in the county that resulted from the storm.

Tuesday’s storm followed on the heels of another winter storm that had dumped three to four inches of snow in Leavenworth County on Feb. 15.

A National Weather Service forecast for the city of Leavenworth shows a chance for additional snow Saturday night.

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